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Katherine Marshall: No real party atmosphere

On Sunday, millions of Britons took part in fair rain street parties. They ate triangular sandwiches and cheered for the monarchy. At the same time, one of the largest military parades in British modern history took place in London: 1,750 men and 200 horses took part. Then came the three-kilometer-long carnival train with dancing, celebrities, puppetry and spectacles.

At the end of the day, Ed Sheeran led the crowd to the national anthem in front of the castle.

The British celebration of Elizabeth II’s long reign has been taking place since Thursday. On a sort of flying platform in front of Buckingham Palace, the Queen was seen having tea on television with the Queen’s guitarist Paddington Byzone and Brian May, who sang solo for We Will Rock You. But the overall party environment, at least London was not fully capable of reaching it, in fact it did not work.

When the 260-year-old golden chariot that took Elizabeth II to her coronation rolled through the streets of London in 1953, there was no Queen in it. Just a hologram.

When the 260-year-old golden chariot that took Elizabeth II to her coronation rolled through the streets of London in 1953, there was no Queen in it.

Just a hologram.

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When the 260-year-old golden chariot that took Elizabeth II to her coronation rolled through the streets of London in 1953, there was no Queen in it. Just a hologram.

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The 260-year-old gold carriage that took Elizabeth II to her coronation in 1953 rolled through the streets of London on Sunday. But there is no queen in it, just a hologram.

Photo: Niklas Hallén / AFP


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The real Elizabeth II He appeared on the balcony on Sunday shaking hands with troops during a military parade on Thursday. But the queen had to follow most of the celebration from home due to her health. It is as difficult for British royal families to dance in the streets as it was in 2012, 60 years after Elizabeth II ascended the throne.

In this year’s celebration, it has become clear in a completely different way that even the reign of Elizabeth II will not last forever.

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Queen Elizabeth Cambridge Duchess, Kate Middleton and grandchildren Louise and Charlotte on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on Thursday.

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At the same time polls show Fifty-one percent of Britons have not attended any celebrations in recent days. This is not because they are Republicans (only 37 percent want the royal family to become president). This is because real nationalist hysteria simply did not develop.

From a political point of view, the government hopes that this weekend’s celebration will be the most necessary end to the great epidemic. In the general view, they wanted the British to remember these days in early June 2022 as a party marking some sort of victory against the virus.

But the Russian invasion of Ukraine and 9% inflation in Britain have made the mood more serious and worrying than one could have imagined.

When Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife Gary arrived at St. Paul's Cathedral on Friday, they met through Prob.

When Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife Gary arrived at St. Paul’s Cathedral on Friday, they met through Prob.

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When the Prime Minister Boris Johnson came to St. Paul’s Cathedral last Friday, and that too with much weeping. This has come as a surprise to many political commentators. Those who are forced to see royal families at royal celebrations are generally not left-wing activists. In other words, the people outside St. Paul’s Cathedral should be in favor of the Conservative Prime Minister.

But not many of them.

Those who are forced to see royal families at royal celebrations are generally not left-wing activists. In other words, the people outside St. Paul’s Cathedral should be in favor of the Conservative Prime Minister. But not many of them.

Anger on Boris Johnson Related to the Great Epidemic: Revelations about how the Prime Minister and others celebrated at 10 Downing Street while the rest of the UK was at home.

In that sense, the last four days have not been a reminder to Britain alone that the Queen will one day disappear.

But perhaps the rule of Boris Johnson may come to an end.